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Linda Nochlin

I met Linda at Shirley Jaffe’s fourth-floor walk-up studio a long time ago, in Paris, with some women artists; she introduced us to feminism, which she brought with her from the US.

She has been part of my life ever since: artistic, literary (we pass on murder mysteries to each other), culinary ideas, tips on growing old, illnesses, etc.—keeping it light.

When I hear her squeal on the phone announcing her arrival from New York

I am happy.

Her criticism, insights and wisdom on Courbet and the nineteenth century and contemporaries of all ages, kinds, and sorts is tops.







Zuka Mitelberg

ZUKA MITELBERG is an artist. She lives in Paris.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2015

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